Apple: No clear strategy

With all eyes looking to Steve Jobs for a sign of Apple Computer's future, the events at Macworld Expo in Boston didn't let anyone down.

CNET News staff
2 min read
A cash infusion from Microsoft, a new board, and a tough stand on clone makers have combined to ensure that Apple remains the talk of Silicon Valley. But a clear turnaround strategy has yet to emerge after Macworld Expo in Boston. CNET's NEWS.COM follows all the steps in its ongoing special coverage.

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